SCATTERSHOOTING: DEAN AND GOD, NEW WHIGS, JERRY LEE LEWIS
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Oscar Chamberlain - 1/1/2004
At the risk of turning down recemption, I must state that while I like what I have heard from Blake, I have not listened to him a lot.
More generally, I did a volunteer stint as a new age and jazz dj/programmer at WOJB in Northwestern Wisconsin. (88.9 FM.) They had--and still have--a magnficiently eclectic--approach to music, and I got to hear a lot of people who simply are not on Clear Channel's radar.
If your ever heading southeast from Duluth, tune it in.
Richard Henry Morgan - 12/31/2003
I wonder how many on this board even know who Marshall Chapman is? Interesting taste there Prof. Chamberlain. I caught her jamming with Delbert McClinton at the Exit/In when passing through Music City back in 1979 (just after her first album had achieved an underground rep). If you now tell me you're a Norman Blake fan, then any future sins are forgiven in advance.
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